Track Categories

The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.

Clinical psychology is one of the largest specialty area in psychology, which applies scientific methods to treat complex human problems such as mental, emotional and behavioral problems and promote change. Clinical psychologists involve in a wide range of activities like research, education, consultation, forensic demonstration, program development and management. Typical clinical psychology coursework includes- Psychopathology, Psychiatric measurement and scaling, DSM applicationsResearch methods in clinical psychologyAssessment practicumIntervention practicum.

  • Track 1-1Molecular neuroscience
  • Track 1-2Applied Psychology
  • Track 1-3Sports Psychology
  • Track 1-4Clinical Formulation
  • Track 1-5Psychiatric Rehabilitation
  • Track 1-6Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders
  • Track 1-7Psychological Assessment
  • Track 1-8Psychodynamic

Neuroscience, also known as Neuro Biology or Neural Science, is the study of how the nervous system grows its structure, and function in body. Neuroscientists focus on the brain and its impact on behaviour and cognitive functions. Not only is neuroscience concerned with the normal functioning of the nervous system, but also what happens to the nervous system when people have neurological, psychiatric and neurodevelopmental disorders. Neuroscientists typically cover numerous branches at the same time.

  • Track 2-1Cognitive neuroscience
  • Track 2-2Affective neuroscience
  • Track 2-3Systems neuroscience
  • Track 2-4Computational neuroscience
  • Track 2-5Social neuroscience
  • Track 2-6Paleoneurology
  • Track 2-7Neurophysiology
  • Track 2-8Neurolinguistics
  • Track 2-9Neuroinformatics
  • Track 2-10Cellular neuroscience
  • Track 2-11Behavioral neuroscience
  • Track 2-12Neuroengineering
  • Track 2-13Developmental neuroscience
  • Track 2-14Cultural neuroscience

Psychopharmacology is an area of explicating mechanisms by which drugs affect behaviorPreclinical psychopharmacology has a series of sections such as behavioral, neural, translational, molecular, genetic and epigenetic.  The precise interaction between drugs and their receptors is stated to as drug action, and the extensive changes in physiological or psychological function is stated to as drug effect. There are both benefits and drawbacks of psychopharmacology, where addiction is the main drawback. The continuous usage or addition of psychoactive medication leads to side effects for example insomnia, anxiety, sweating, vomiting etc.,

  • Track 3-1Psychoactive Medication
  • Track 3-2Chemical Signaling Substances
  • Track 3-3Psychopharmacological Substances
  • Track 3-4Research Trends on Psychopharmacology
  • Track 3-5Addiction to Psychoactive Drugs

Psychometrics is a field of study concerned with the theory of measuring mental abilities, skills and processes. Key insights in traditional test theory are reliability and validity. There are many types of psychometric tests, but most of them are objective tests envisioned to measure knowledge, attitudes, educational achievement, or personality qualities. Research includes two key tasks, the construction of instruments and the development of procedures for measurement. there is additional part of psychometrics that deals with statistical research on the measurements that psychometric tests are attempting to attain. Standards of quality is done in two steps, they are testing standards and evaluation standards.

  • Track 4-1Clinical Psychological Tests
  • Track 4-2Reliability & Validity
  • Track 4-3Interpretation
  • Track 4-4Mechanism and Limitations
  • Track 4-5Diagnostic Classification and Rating Scales

Clinical Neuropsychology is a subject in psychology that applies principles of assessment and intervention developed from the scientific study of human conduct as it narrates to normal and abnormal working of the central nervous system. Clinical neuropsychologists report neurobehavioral problems are extremely varied and include such conditions as neurodevelopmental disorders, dementia, Parkinson's disease, vascular disorders and other neurodegenerative disorders. Pediatric neuropsychologists deliver clinical facilities to children and adolescents. Capability in clinical neuropsychology requires the ability to assimilate neuropsychological findings, medical data, psychosocial behavioral data, knowledge in the neurosciences, interpret these findings with an appreciation of social, cultural and ethical issues. It also deals with the conditions which are related to infectious disease affecting the central nervous system, seizure disorders, metabolic disease, traumatic brain injury, learning disabilities, neuropsychiatric disorders, and neurological effects of medical disorders or treatment.

  • Track 5-1Neurodegeneration
  • Track 5-2Pediatric Neuropsychology
  • Track 5-3Neuroanatomy And Neurobiology
  • Track 5-4Psychopharmacology
  • Track 5-5Neuropathology

Different types of instruments are used to evaluate the mental health conditions of the patients. These come under biomedical therapeutic approach. The devices used for psychological evaluation are Biofeedback devices, computerized systems for psychological assessment and intervention, Stimulus display systems, and many more.

  • Track 6-1Computerized Diagnostic Evaluation System
  • Track 6-2Biofeedback Devices
  • Track 6-3Electrical Current Stabilizing Devices
  • Track 6-4Stimulus Display System

The task of the Child and Adolescent Psychology is established to enable children’s and adolescent’s optimal development. Mental retardation and Pervasive Developmental Disorders are long term disorders developed in childhood. Psychoanalytic construction, observation, children and games are the psychological approaches to children. Adolescence is hard time because an entire psychological and physical changes occur during this teenage. It is states as transitional period in an individual lifespan. In this session, we will discuss on physical and hormonal changes like negative attitudes, pressures from squint, drug and alcohol abuse, unhappiness in adolescence, puberty changes, issues of sexuality, impact of substance misuse on child, bullying and aggression, impact of culture on adolescent learning, self-harm and suicidal behavioral response, social life of adolescent, adolescent psychosis, adolescent parental relationship.

  • Track 7-1Adolescent Egocentrism
  • Track 7-2School Psychology
  • Track 7-3Biophysiological Factor
  • Track 7-4Electroconvulsive Therapy
  • Track 7-5Child Psychopathology
  • Track 7-6Development Disorders
  • Track 7-7Child and Adolescent Services
  • Track 7-8Childhood Psychiatric Disorders
  • Track 7-9Child Psychoanalysis

Humanistic psychology is a psychological insight that accentuates the study of the entire person. Humanistic psychologists look at human behavior not only through the observer’s eye, but through the eyes of the person doing the behaving. Not often humanistic approach to psychology refers to be phenomenological. The humanistic approach to counseling includes Gestalt Counselling, Transactional Analysis, Transpersonal Psychology, Depth Therapy and Humanistic Psychotherapy

  • Track 8-1Transpersonal Psychology
  • Track 8-2Transactional Analysis
  • Track 8-3Existential Psychology
  • Track 8-4Depth Therapy
  • Track 8-5Human Nature
  • Track 8-6Counseling Psychology
  • Track 8-7Humanistic Psychotherapy
  • Track 8-8Empathy, Self-Help and The Ideal Self
  • Track 8-9Gestalt Psychology
  • Track 8-10Personal Development
  • Track 8-11Ontological Hermeneutics

Abnormal psychology is the branch of psychology that studies people's emotional, cognitive, and/or behavioral problems. Although many behaviors could be considered as abnormal, this branch of psychology generally deals with behavior in a clinical context. Those in the field of abnormal psychology study unusual patterns of behavior, emotion and thought, which may or may not be understood as causing a mental disorder. Abnormal behavior may be demarcated as behavior that is disturbing, distressing, maladaptive and often cognitions. Statistical infrequency is an abnormality of a person's trait, thinking or conduct is classified as abnormal if it is rare or statistically unusual. Causes of abnormality usually associated with the disorders can be traced back to family, genetical and school related factors. Some biological causes may comprise Physical illness or disability.

  • Track 9-1Models of Abnormality
  • Track 9-2Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Track 9-3Genetic Factors
  • Track 9-4Biological Casual Factors
  • Track 9-5Socio-Cultural Factors
  • Track 9-6Systemic Factors
  • Track 9-7Biopsychological Factors
  • Track 9-8Parapsychology

Developmental psychology focuses on how people mature and learn throughout their lifetime. Developmental psychology involves with a theory in which it divides child growth into different stages which are characterized by qualitative differences in behavior. There are number of different views about the way in which psychological and physical development proceed throughout the life span. The study of development has been one of the important features of sociology, and deals with causes and consequences of economic change in society. Individuals develop social and emotional skills across the lifespan, with specific consideration to childhood and adolescence is called social development.

  • Track 10-1Theories of Psychological Development
  • Track 10-2Cognitive Development
  • Track 10-3Physical and Memory Development
  • Track 10-4Social and emotional Development
  • Track 10-5Therapeutic Methods
  • Track 10-6Mechanisms of Development
  • Track 10-7Parenting Factors
  • Track 10-8Evolutionary Developmental Psychopathology
  • Track 10-9Ethnic Identity Development

The father of positive psychology is Martin Seligman, not just as he has a systematic theory about why happy people are happy, similarly he practices the scientific scheme to explore it. Positive psychology is rapidly becoming one of the psychology's most transformative fields. Positive Psychology is the scientific study of the strengths that empower individuals and groups to thrive. The field is originated on the certainty that people want to lead expressive and satisfying lives, to promote what is best within themselves, and to improve their skills of their daily activities. Families and schools that allow children to grow, workplaces that aim for satisfaction and high productivity, and teaching others about positive psychology are main goals of positive psychology.

  • Track 11-1Positive Mental Attitude
  • Track 11-2Theory and Methods of Positive Psychology
  • Track 11-3Psychological Resilience
  • Track 11-4Culture and Positive Psychology
  • Track 11-5Applications and Research Findings on Positive Psychology

The field of psychology which is deals with the performance of individuals at work and in training, and with developing an understanding of how administrations function and how employees perform at work. Their aim is to increase effectiveness, efficiency and satisfaction of the people at work. Occupational psychologists use psychological methods and research theories to solve problems in the office and progress the excellence of life. They concentrate on studying the working style of employee, productivity and management of workplace.

They typically work on the large companies, Government organizations, public services, management training centers, psychometric testing and assessment services and private consultancy practice including outplacement.

  • Track 12-1Occupational Therapy
  • Track 12-2Organizational Citizenship Behavior
  • Track 12-3Relation to Organizational Psychology
  • Track 12-4Occupational Stress and Safety
  • Track 12-5Individual Psychological assessment
  • Track 12-6Ethical Standards
  • Track 12-7Industrial Sociology
  • Track 12-8Organizational Sociology
  • Track 12-9Personnel Psychology
  • Track 12-10Occupational Health Psychology

significant area of proficiency for many clinical psychologists is analysis, assessment and diagnosis, around 91% of psychologists apply the core clinical practice. There is little agreement on the scale to which the mental disorders are universal or differ on their core definitions to the extent. This clash continues due to the lack of biological markers, predictable measurement and the lack of a high standard for recommending most psychiatric conditionsDiagnosis and prognosis is the identification of diseases by the examination of signs and indication, the function, the expected duration, and a description of the initiation and development of the disease, like intermittent crisis, progressive abatement, or sudden, unpredictable crisis. Methods involved in psychiatry comprise of both old traditional and advanced methods for assessment. Under present topic from simple physical examination to advanced neuro imaging techniques can be highlighted.

  • Track 13-1Meta-Analysis
  • Track 13-2 Applied Behavior Analysis
  • Track 13-3Transactional Analysis
  • Track 13-4Functional Analysis
  • Track 13-5Electroencephalography and Magneto Encephalography
  • Track 13-6Brain Mapping Studies
  • Track 13-7Functional MRI Studies
  • Track 13-8Computed Tomography and Positron Emission Tomography

Clinical psychology offers services for those in need of professional psychological help to clients with psychological and mental disorders, speech and hearing difficulties like Autism, intellectual and learning disabilities, ADHD, Stuttering, Cerebral Palsy and other multiple disabilities. Scientific assessment involves the application of standardized tools and the interventional programs are personalized to the needs of clients and their family. The services include diagnostic Services, management & therapeutic Services, academics and research.

  • Track 14-1Clinical Allied Services
  • Track 14-2Biostatistics
  • Track 14-3Medical Writing
  • Track 14-4 Project Management
  • Track 14-5Data Management

Symptoms of psychosis such as delusions, paranoia or confused thoughts are treated with the help of drugs called antipsychotics. Levels of excess dopamine in the body is reduced as their main action is on dopamine receptors. The advanced antipsychotics are atypical antipsychotics, the older ones are knowns as typical antipsychotics. Atypical antipsychotics, miscellaneous antipsychotics, Phenothiazine antipsychotics, thioxanthene. Antipsychotics are also called as neuroleptics or major tranquilizers. 

  • Track 15-1Antipsychotics Medication
  • Track 15-2Side effects of Antipsychotic Drugs
  • Track 15-3Typical Antipsychotics
  • Track 15-4Atypical Antipsychotics

Symptoms of psychosis such as delusions, paranoia or confused thoughts are treated with the help of drugs called antipsychotics. Levels of excess dopamine in the body is reduced as their main action is on dopamine receptors. The advanced antipsychotics are atypical antipsychotics, the older ones are knowns as typical antipsychotics. Atypical antipsychotics, miscellaneous antipsychotics, Phenothiazine antipsychotics, thioxanthene. Antipsychotics are also called as neuroleptics or major tranquilizers. 

  • Track 16-1Psychodynamic Therapy
  • Track 16-2Psychoanalytic Methods
  • Track 16-3Experimental Psychotherapy Process
  • Track 16-4Behavioral modification Therapy Methods

There are many therapeutic approaches for treating psychological disorders, among them biomedical therapy and psychotherapy are main two types. The psychotherapy tactic has been found to be very effective in solving most of the conditions. These advanced therapeutic methods focus on changing a maladaptive thought pattern into adaptive thought pattern, correcting irrational behavior and provide coping skills for problematic situations. Some of the innovative psychotherapeutic methods comprises- Cognitive behavioral therapy, client centered therapy, Relation frame therapy.

  • Track 17-1Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
  • Track 17-2Third wave of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapy
  • Track 17-3Relation Frame Theory
  • Track 17-4Psychodynamic Therapy
  • Track 17-5Dialectical Behavior Therapy
  • Track 17-6Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Therapy
  • Track 17-7Client Centered Therapy

E-therapy and E-counseling are a growing wave of online therapy. The flexible nature of these services helps clients and providers, but the responsibility is on psychologists to make sure they conform with federal and state laws. It has a mutual benefiting strategies for both patients and therapists.

  • Track 18-1Clinical Work
  • Track 18-2E-Therapy Home
  • Track 18-3Computer Mediated Psychotherapy